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This is just a short entry of my experience flying into Afghanistan for the first time in my life.
Miscellaneous | Updated Dec 4, 2013 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Tojoures Pret is an essay reflecting a day in my life during my deployment to afghanistan. I hope to bring some awarness to the issue of post tramatic stress disorder.
"Kiowa" is a story of love, courage, strength and healing -- told through the eyes (and ears) of a highly-trained combat dog.
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Before the Talibans came into power in 1996, the previous governments succeeded in destroying the country through different factions, ethnical tribes, languages and even religion. Instead of stabilization, civil war broke, overtaking the capital city Kabul and Afghanistan as a whole.
By Consul Moore
There is an exciting story behind the discovery of the text you are about to read. I'm not at liberty to give many details about the circumstances involved in the discovery and eventual translation of the following texts, but out of respect I should mention a summary for one key player involved....
By Frenzee Da Rebel
The stories of five different characters from different parts of the Muslim world. Starting with Afghanistan, then Indonesia, then Niger, then Palestine and finally ending up in Saudi Arabia. Probably my favourite poem yet, I actually felt really emotional when reading it back the first time.
My poem is based around a soldier in the midst of a crisis. His country used the excuse of "war" to invade, take over and deprive a 3rd world country. After hiding the truth for almost a century he finds out the real reason and realises his whole life had been a lie..
Please note that this poem...
Being a 17 year old boy. With no dreams. Surely mean, its my duty to serve my country. My father will finally be proud of me. I won't be a screw up. I'll be doing something right for a change.- Monologue.
By Lee Bryan
Summer 2009, we were soon to deploy to Afghanistan and time wasn't on our side as we decided how to spend our leave. A bucket list, a coffee and a broken arm later we were in Europe breaking our travelling cherries. After all the European traffic, missed flights and abnormal food, we reflect now...
By Matthew Bissonnette
Just my views on the problems with the war on terror.
By Jim Pack
Another short story about Charlie Thomas and his problems with his Multiple Personality Disorder and the French Foreign Legion.
This was the story I wrote for my English half-yearly exams this year. My teacher said I made her cry, (though I don't think that's very hard for a woman like her, I took it as a compliment to my writing skills nonetheless). The prompt was: 'write about a box'. So this is about a girl attending...
By Larry Donnell Fowler
Just under four weeks until the Presidential election with one vice-presidential debate, two more presidential debates and shifting poll numbers one has to question President Obama's commitment to holding on to the office of the presidency.
By Jasper Dutch
A supposedly safe police training mission in Afghanistan gets out of hand as young soldiers find themselves ill prepared and ill equipped in a warzone. A true story of my first deployment. Reader discretion is advised: This story is not censored and contains acts that can be perceived as...